This Woods Sagitta Scrumpy has been used for long term cruising, the last two years the owner has travelled the Atlantic, visiting Spain, the Azores, Bahamas including Guadalope, St Lucia and many more places. She is well equipped and ready for her next adventure. The current owner has totally refurbished Scrumpy through out his ownership as she was neglected when he purchased her. A proven boat having now completed many sailing miles, recent repainted, designed by Richard Woods whose designs are renowned for seaworthiness and performance.
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2 x Tohatsu 6hp outboards, 1 with 15 hours run and the other 25 hours. Morse controls (not connected to engines)
Tiller steering .2 battery banks, 2 x Trojan T-125 6v batteries, and a separate 12 sealed battery. 2 solar panels, BP 380J, 80 watt with long low resistance leads allowing them to be placed anywhere on the boat and plugged in.
Morningstar Sunsaver Duo Charge Controller plus Meterbus (interface between controller and laptop that enables setting the voltage setpoints for the various charging phases, and gives a detailed view of the state of the batteries).Bestek 300w inverter
2 x double berths, in aft cabins,and double conversion in saloon. Galley fitted with Thetford duplex oven/ grill, and sink with pumped water system supplied from 2 x 300 litre water tanks also 3 x portable 25 litre tanks. Heads area houses composting toilet, cold shower and basin.
toilet, the saloon is spacious with dining table fitted. Full standing headroom in the hulls.
Thinkpad laptop with OpenCpn
World wide chart coverage, AIS software, and software to run the charge controller. Power use can be throttled back - minimising it allows OpenCpn to run perfectly well.
Acer aspire one
Spare laptop with the same software set up. Switching from one to the other requires just swapping a USB plug from one computer to the other.
Long distance wifi antenna, enables internet in most anchorages.
VHF COBRA MR F55 EU
AIS Comar CSB200 - transmits and receives. No screen, integrated with OpenCpn.
Depth sounder: PCFF-80 fish finder - displays on the laptop, easily arranged to display both the OpenCpn screen and the depth sounder output.
2 interchangeable VHF aerials, one at the top of the mast, one deck mounted.
Pilot mini gas alarm Capstan HC 1200 hand bearing compass
Jordan series drogue (unused) Gale rider(?) drogue -
Radar reflector Merveille radar detector
Mantus anchor (excellent!)
CQR 20 anchor
3 lengths of 10m chain, plus lots of anchor rope
Custom hypalon RIB - a couple of patches, but otherwise fine.
FM radio: Beat 185 MP3 USB/SD player
3 x Autohelms
Buckets, fenders, ropes
Bermudan rig, with alloy spars mast with steps , stainless steel standing rigging replaced in 2013 . 2 x Harken 32 2 speed sheet winches, Harken 16 single speed winch (for reefing lines)
Sails include Fully battened slab reefed main in reasonable condition 36.8sqm
Genoa light weight material ( has 2 small patches) 29sq m
Jib no.17sqm ( has mud stain), Jib no.2 10.2 sqm in very good condition
Storm jib ( bright orange)